Yearly Tune-Up Costs as Much as a Civic
During a 2019 charity event in Sun Valley, Idaho, Mr. Leitzinger powered the Chiron to 253 m.p.h. on a closed, public road.
Sun Valley Tour de Force cancels 2020 event
Sun Valley Tour de Force has canceled its July 23-25, 2020, event.
Sun Valley Tour de Force cancels
Citing Blaine County’s unusually high per-capita COVID-19 infection rate, the Sun Valley Tour de Force announced Wednesday that it has canceled this year’s event, initially scheduled to take place July 23-25.
Sun Valley Tour De Force Cancelled
The Sun Valley Tour de Force has become the latest of Sun Valley’s signature events to cancel due to the coronavirus.
A Forceful Donation
Sun Valley Tour de Force announced last week that The Hunger Coalition has been named their next event beneficiary.
Sun Valley Tour de Force selects Hunger Coalition as beneficiary
Sun Valley Tour de Force, a three-day car event held each year in Wood River Valley, has named The Hunger Coalition as its next event beneficiary.
“Since we at The Drive are suckers for any chance to see fast cars hauling ass, we were more than happy to book a trip out to Idaho for a chance to see the assembly of Porsches, Ferraris, Corvettes, and even more exotic sheetmetal (hello, Singer Vehicle Design) try and see how high a speed each of them could achieve when given legal carte blanche and a tank full of racing fuel.”
“Imagine you are stopped by a policeman in your sports car on a smallish, two-lane back road just outside of Sun Valley, Idaho. Rather than scold you, though, the officer smiles and gives a ‘thumbs up.’ You respond by lighting up the tires and screaming up a hill into a wide left-hander at 140mph, cresting at 170, then plummeting back down the hill through a speed trap at over 200 mph.”